AYALA LAND, Inc. (ALI) believes its estate developments are well-positioned for resurgence after the pandemic.
“We maintain an optimistic view of the future of our estates as these are designed for the long term and are all grounded on sustainability,” Ayala Land Estates Assistant Vice-President Cris Zuluaga said in a statement.
One such development is Vermosa, a 725-hectare mixed-use estate in Cavite. Vermosa, which will have a one-of-a-kind sports complex, “seeks to promote a community with a balanced and active lifestyle” that is important amid the pandemic.
“The potential for growth in this area of Cavite continues to be unmistakable despite the impact of the pandemic to construction and development, but we are now back on track with the easing of quarantine guidelines,” Ms. Zuluaga said.
Nuvali, a 2,290-hectare eco-city development spanning the cities of Sta. Rosa, Cabuyao and Calamba in Laguna, is expected to become the next business and lifestyle district south of Makati.
ALI is offering commercial lots at Nuvali, particularly in the upcoming commercial districts East Bloc and Lakeside Evozone.
“Soon, confidence will return; economic activities will increase, and so our efforts today are focused on ensuring that our developments are well-positioned for resurgence and remain as strong platforms for growth,” Ms. Zuluaga said.
Other ALI estates include Arca South in Taguig, and Alviera in Porac, Pampanga.